Experts think I have Aspergers. I think all xSTx people can have varying amounts of autistic traits even if they are in fact neurotypical. Since it's supposed to involve a deficiency in feeling and intuition.
An expert also said that "sensing, thinking, perceiving" correlates with autism. So an ISTP is perhaps a common personality type for people with the condition. I would also say ISTJ is if they're the type that also wants lots of routine in their life. After that come ESTP and ESTJ (although ESTJs are common enough to be part of the definition of "neurotypical").
I don't want to believe I have it though and I focus in on some qualities I have that I think make me "un-autistic" (not that it would affect anything because I've noticed that having the label DOES have an effect and DOES change who I am, so the phrase "you'll still be the same person even after you're diagnosed" is not true).
The un-autistic qualities I like to enhance are:-
* I'm extremely aware of (and sensitive to) what other people might think when they see things from their point of view (theory-of-mind). For example if I'm in a car with a learning sign (L-plate) on it, but an experienced driver is driving, I'd feel like people will automatically assume I'm an instructor. Plenty more possible examples like this too.
* I do not have restricted interests. I can be interested in anything in its own right as long as it's fun and relevant.
* I do not want a routine in my life. I prefer to be as adaptable as possible and would prefer to make every day unique.
* I prioritise experiencing joy and pleasure over understanding anything. The only reason I consider long term impacts and working things out is because I want the world to continue to be a joyous place for as long as possible and I want to eliminate negativity.